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Top 10 Tom Holland Movies

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When we hear the name Tom Holland, the first thing that comes to mind is a young Peter Parker dangling with a thread among the buildings in the Spider-Man outfit. This is understandable because Holland stepped into the hearts of many as the “new” Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. Holland has played in some of the highest-grossing movies of recent times. So, he is not just our Spider-Man

because many more roles come under his credits.

He originally came to prominence for his dance abilities as a young star. He is a gifted ballet dancer who attracted attention for his portrayal of Billy Elliot in the musical production of the same name. He soon secured his first movie part in The Impossible and won many awards and nominations for the same. His extraordinary achievements entail:

  • A Guinness World Record for becoming the youngest actor in an MCU title role
  • A BAFTA and three Saturn awards under his belt.
  • Most recognizable portrayal and one of the best iterations of Spider-Man/Peter Parker

Overall, he has been engaged in many impressive projects before and after his popularity as a Marvel superhero. Since he doesn’t show any signs of slowing down, we quickly look at his top 10 projects so far.

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  1. The Impossible (2012)

Google score: 91%

Fan factor: Historical, Weather calamity

Runtime: 114 mins

Where to watch: Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Hulu

IMDB Rate: 7.6

The movie follows a family on vacation in Thailand as they are torn apart by a tsunami and forced to cope without assistance. This is Holland’s first big break in Hollywood, where he gave what is considered a career-defining performance.

Although the movie is highly intense and emotional agony, you won’t be able to turn away from Holland, Naomi Watts, and Ewan McGregor’s captivating performances. The Impossible is a tense but amazing true story, as you’re ever likely to find.

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  1. Spider-Man Homecoming (2017)

Google score: 83%

Fan factor: Superheroes, Comics

Runtime: 133 mins

Where to watch: Vudu, Amazon, iTunes, Disney+, Starz

IMDB Rate: 7.4

Tom Holland appears as Spider-Man for the first time and revives the story for a new audience in his first solo film. The story not only has strong ties to the established Marvel Cinematic Universe but also features a charming and intriguing plot that endears viewers to Holland’s interpretation of the character.

It’s impossible to assume that Holland’s compelling portrayal as the web-slinger didn’t significantly influence Homecoming’s triumph as one of the most successful MCU films to date, both with critics and moviegoers. Some of the best superhero stories ever put to film can be found in this trilogy. Still, it was with Homecoming that the series’ trademark tone was first established.

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  1. Onward (2020)

Google score: 84%

Fan factor: Pixar movies, Family-friendly animation

Runtime: 102 mins

Where to watch: Vudu, Amazon, iTunes, Disney+, Google Play

IMDB Rate: 7.4

In this Pixar movie, Tom Holland and Chris Pratt star as young elf brothers who go on a magical mystical quest to reunite with their recently deceased father. It has two of Pixar’s most fun and memorable characters. In addition, it is one of the most heartwarming movies the studio has ever told.

Holland and Pratt are great chemistry, and it’s not hard to believe their on-screen brothers’ relationship. Onward has one of Pixar’s best family connections and most fascinating characters. Still, it lacks the epic plot and high stakes of some of their other popular films.

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  1. The Devil All the Time (2020)

Google score: 81%

Fan factor: Crime, Thriller

Runtime: 138 mins

Where to watch: Netflix

IMDB Rate: 7.1

In The Devil All the Time, Holland shows off his acting skills by portraying a young man with terrible luck who must deal with corruption and evildoers in a sleepy rural village. In one of his earliest “dark” parts, Holland is a perfect fit for the role.

It’s a macabre tale, but the well-rounded and realistic characters keep it firmly rooted in the human experience.

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  1. In the Heart of the Sea (2015)

Google score: 85%

Fan factor: Biography, Adventure at sea

Runtime: 122 mins

Where to watch: HBO Max, Amazon, Hulu, Google Play, Vudu, iTunes, Netflix

IMDB Rate: 6.9

In this film, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) meets Spider-Man (Tom Holland) for the first time before Holland becomes Spider-Man. According to sources, it was Chris Hemsworth who suggested Tom Holland to Marvel Studios to cast him as Spider-Man.

As for In the Heart of the Sea, the picture, set in 1820, is based on the Moby Dick novel. The story is about the whale ship Nantucket. The movie shows the ship crew fighting for survival when encountering a whale of incredible proportions.

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  1. Spies in Disguise (2019)

Google score: 77%

Fan factor: Animation

Runtime: 102 mins

Where to watch: Disney Plus, Google Play, Amazon, Vudu,

IMDB Rate: 6.8

In Spies in Disguise, Tom Holland co-stars with Will Smith as a gadget inventor recruited for a top-secret mission that could decide the world’s fate. Despite being one of Holland’s commercial failures, the picture has a devoted following.

Smith and Holland’s on-screen chemistry is fantastic, making their sequences together a highlight of the movie every time. With a tale that will appeal to families and younger audiences, it’s full of clever quips and unforgettable humor.

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  1. Cherry (2021)

Google score: 86%

Fan factor: Crime, Drama

Runtime: 142 mins

Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes

IMDB Rate: 6.6

Cherry shows that war has catastrophic repercussions on young people and their communities. After his girlfriend leaves to go to school in another city, Cherry (Tom Holland), a young man, enlists in the army as a medic. Sadly, in the end, Emily, his girlfriend, gives up. So, Cherry weds Emily just before she deployed to Iraq.

After serving in Iraq, Cherry was profoundly altered by her exposure to violence and death, developing post-traumatic stress disorder. Cherry becomes a heroin addict as a coping mechanism for her traumatic experiences. Cherry is based on the novel of the same name by Nico Walker. If you think of Tom Holland films, Cherry will come to mind as one of his initial projects.

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  1. The Lost City of Oz (2016)

Google score: 76%

Fan factor: Biography, Adventure

Runtime: 141 mins

Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play

IMDB Rate: 6.6

Adapted from David Grann’s biography of the same name, The Lost City of Z is a thrilling adventure film. The film depicts the adventures of Percy Fawcett, a real-life British explorer from the 20th century, as he makes a startling discovery in the Amazon rainforest. One of the most influential explorers of the 20th century, Percy Fawcett, mysteriously disappeared in the Amazon in the year 1920. Deep in the Amazon, Percy discovers a strange city that may be the remnant of long-lost ancient civilizations. Inexplicably, the 54 years old explorer vanishes after this information is uncovered. Jack Fawcett, the son of a famous explorer, is portrayed by Tom Holland.

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  1. How I Live Now (2013)

Google score: 80%

Fan factor: Action, Adventure

Runtime: 101 mins

Where to watch: Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play

IMDB Rate: 6.4

Dystopia and science fiction coexist interestingly in How I Live Now. Based on Meg Rosoff’s novel by the same name, a young girl, Daisy, travels to England to spend the summer with her extended family. After meeting the young and gorgeous Edmund, Daisy starts out on a romantic voyage.

As events begin to take on the flavor of a sizzling, love-themed summer film, the start of the fictional Third World War is announced. The lives of regular people are turned upside down in an instant as nuclear weapons become the major opponent in this battle.

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  1. The Current War (2017)

Google score: 80%

Fan factor: Biography, History, Drama

Runtime: 102 mins

Where to watch: Amazon, Vudu, Google Play

IMDB Rate: 6.5

Everyone is familiar with the infamous rivalry between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla or Current War fought between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse. On the one hand, The Current War reads like a biography of the two men; on the other, it brings the historical events of the time to the big screen.

The question “by which name will the electrical system deliver energy to the modern world?” is at the center of this conflict. Tom Holland has a somewhat minor role in the film alongside Benedict Cumberbatch’s Edison.



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